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. >>> earnings come in pretty mixed. michelin and kpm disappointing. and a bruised apple gets set to report much anticipated second quarter results later today. analysts are expecting profits to shrink for the first time in a decade. >>> plus, more details emerging about the suspect in the boston bombing as the u.s. charges him with federal crimes that could carry the death penalty. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. >> welcome to "worldwide exchange." ross westgate will rejoin us in a couple of days' time. in the meantime, plenty to get through on the program today starting off with the flash pmi data for the eurozone. both the manufacturing and service sectors being closely watched for just how much momentum if any was carrying into the second quarter. you can see the euro/dollar down 0.6%. let's get more from chris williamson. chris, welcome. it looks as though the tone generally speaking here for april across manufacturing and services is pretty weak. >> yes. and one of the big worries is that germany has been back into contr
with me. >>> other big story now is stronger than expected corporate earnings. good story. and apple beat, strong profit in big industrial companies. gave us a big rally today. remember, please, profits are the mother's milk of stocks. all that's up next. and please don't forget my other dictum. free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity. we'll be right back after this. >>> it's hard to hit home runs all of the time. is that part apple's problem? >> i don't know if it's a problem, larry. tim cook did say we've got some cool new stuff coming in the fall and in 2014. that might have been what triggered an after hours selloff. some people interpreted that to mean we don't have new stuff coming in the summer. but will he he also talked about new product categories the team is working on. yes, apple has been coming out with a lot of new stuff over the past couple years, but historically, they have taken longer between some major launches. between the ipod and the iphone, there was about six years where apple was mostly doing software iterations. >> john fort, thank you very much, we
, such as reading france updates. facebook says that is bringing it chat head feature to its apple apps . it is called sad head because france profile photographs pop up when they send you a message very sad head is part of a broader integration that facebook is doing with a new home app on some of running google android operating system. >> as americans rush to donate to the victims' on monday's boston marathon bombing, a watchdog groups are warning of potential on line scanners already looking to profit from the tragedy. within hours of the bombing, dozens of website domain names reference in the bombing or registered. to avoid being scanned, experts caution dollars should look first at the low status national or regional charities were promoting relief efforts. also most states require charities to register with a sedative for soliciting for donations. >> and the weather. a little really uncalled for some. we have a nice warm up to look for to heading into the back half of the week into the weekend. we have erica with a full look at your forecast coming you kids should count yourselv
to use investment analogies. you never want to put all your eggs in one basket even if an apple looked like a year or two ago a great place to put all your money, but now it's not so good. diversification always works better, and i think diversification in political philosophy works well too. >> great. we have time for one more question. could we have one up front? >> i'm glad you used the example from europe, because i'm european. i was born in country where we had two prime ministers, one zech, one from the slovac part. the country was called czechoslovakia, and it doesn't exist anymore. one way to compromise is split the country. it's a disadvantage which i wanted to mention. but from my point of view, from my european point of view is that the elections in the u.s. are too often, and the elections are too expensive. and it's maybe easier solution just to give ceilings for the budgets for the elections and not to have the elections so often. because if you're a member of the congress and you want to be reelected, you just have to -- you need strong statements. you need quick, strong
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